If you have been impressed with the camera on the Apple iPhone 4S & iPhone 5, get ready to be amazed once again as Apple iPhone 5S will have a 12 MP camera.
The Apple iPhone 5S will have a 12 MP primary camera says the latest report. The Apple iPhone 5S will most probably be the first smartphone from the company to feature a 12 MP Camera.
If you have been impressed with the camera on the Apple iPhone 4S and the Apple iPhone 5, then get ready to be amazed once again as the new Apple iPhone 5S will have a 12 MP camera. This new camera will not only bring 4 extra mega pixels to the device but will significantly improve and enhance the picture and video quality.
There have been reports which indicate that the production of the next-gen Apple iPhone, the iPhone 5S has already started (or is almost about to start), and the report also gives us new information about the specs that this new iPhone will have.
This new update was provided by the Vietnamese site ‘Tinhte’ which says that the next Apple iPhone will have a 12 MP primary camera. So this means that the Apple iPhone 5S will be much more superior to the iPhone 4S and iPhone 5, both of which have an 8 MP camera.
This report is actually no surprise and nothing out of the ordinary. We always knew that Apple will be changing and improving a lot of features in the next-gen iPhone even if they already performed excellent in the current generation of iPhones.
When it comes to camera performance, Apple has always been one of the top players and now seeing that rivals like Sony, HTC and Samsung have come up with 13 MP cameras, it was obvious that Apple will also want to compete. And when it comes to camera performance, it is not just the value of mega pixels that decide how good the camera is. There are a lot of other factors that need to be considered, and Apple knows it all.
The company has already seen the rise in competition, also the quality of cameras from opponents like Nokia and HTC indicate that Apple has to come up with something distinctive as well if they wish to really put up a fight.